Coffee Mornings are held in the Village Hall on the first Friday of most months from 10am until noon.
Since the first coffee morning in 2014, more than £14,000 has been raised for a wide range of charities.
Everyone is very welcome to attend these coffee mornings. They are not restricted to residents of Winchfield, and indeed, people come from near and far to enjoy the coffee, cakes and conversation. Just drop in at the village hall some time from 10am onwards!
Litter Picks are normally held twice a year, one in the spring and one in the autumn.
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The parish of Winchfield is a member of the Hartley Wintney Twinning Association. The HWTA has a relationship with Saint-Savin in France and Malle in Belgium. Malle is twinned with a town in Poland which is about 50km from the Ukrainian border and they have sent lots of support to them.
The chairman is Gerda Bennett, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.hartleywintney-pc.gov.uk/twinning/
Defibrillators have been installed at the Barley Mow pub and at the Village Hall.
In an emergency always dial 999 first. The ambulance service will be aware that the village has defibrillators and they can provide support over the telephone before an ambulance arrives. Both the defibrillators are in locked cabinets and the ambulance service will be able to advise on how to gain access.
Drag Hunt: The Staff College and RMA Sandhurst Drag Hunt crosses our fields for two or three meets each season. This is the oldest drag hunt in the country and we welcome them to Winchfield.
You can read more about the drag hunt here: http://www.sandhurstdraghunt.co.uk/